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The Postal Code System of Poland

Postal codes in Poland are colloquially called “kod pocztowy” and officially “Pocztowy Numer Adresowy” (PNA).

Postal codes were introduced on January 1, 1973, and consist of five digits. They are written before the locality name in the format xx-yyy. A hyphen separates the postal code after the first two digits, for example, 01-224 Warsaw.

Large cities such as Białystok, Bielsko-Biała, Bydgoszcz, Gdańsk, Gdynia, Katowice, Kielce, Koszalin, Kraków, Lublin, Łódź, Olsztyn, Opole, Poznań, Radom, Rzeszów, Sopot, Szczecin, Warsaw, Wrocław, and Zielona Góra have multiple postal codes, while smaller towns each have a single postal code. In more rural areas, each post office has its own postal code, which covers several villages.

Large companies and important institutions have their own postal codes, such as Polish Television with 00-999.

Postal Regions in Poland

The first digit of the postal code determines the postal region. Below is a list of the different postal regions:

  • 0 Warsaw, Masovia
  • 1 Białystok, Warmia, Masuria
  • 2 Lublin, Podlachia, Kielce, Radom, Holy Cross
  • 3 Kraków, Lesser Poland, Rzeszów, Subcarpathia
  • 4 Katowice, Upper Silesia, Opole, Opole Silesia
  • 5 Wrocław, Lower Silesia
  • 6 Poznań, Greater Poland, Zielona Góra, Gorzów Wielkopolski, Lubusz Land
  • 7 Szczecin, West Pomerania
  • 8 Gdańsk, Pomerania, Bydgoszcz, Toruń, Kuyavia
  • 9 Łódź

To find the correct postal code, please use our postal code search tool.

The Polish Postal Service

Poczta Polska (Polish Post) was established as a state authority in 1928. Today, it is a joint-stock company headquartered in Warsaw. It employs 92,000 people in 8,240 branches across the country. The postal service is required to ensure one post office per 7,000 residents or at least one within 65 square kilometers in rural areas. Additionally, these post offices must be open from Monday to Friday.

Until 2012, Poczta Polska held a monopoly on shipments under 50 kg. In 2008, it was revealed that the Polish secret service wanted to scan the address data of all letters to create a graphological database. Polish post offices are very costly, with nine out of ten branches operating at a loss. As a result, many are to be closed and replaced with private postal acceptance points in gas stations and grocery stores. According to the plan, 3,335 out of 3,809 urban post offices and 3,427 out of 4,534 rural post offices will remain.

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